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    • By rudi
      very propably this has been asked before, well, I miss the thread(s) ...
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      As it can be done with the config tool:
      Regards, Rudi.
    • By mememememememe
      Hello everyone, has anyone of you guys tried to create an an automated installer for this?

      Source: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Deploy-Office-365-ProPlus-from-a-local-source-35d4cb3b-4cc9-4bc9-9f20-eaf3c50f8331
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    • By bstjohn
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    • By cramaboule
      There is a great tool called ninite (www.ninite.com)
      The only problem is that it is not really 'silent'
      So I wrote this little script to make it silent (like /S or /Silent or /quiet)
      Just rename the downloaded 'Ninite ....... exe' into 'Ninite.exe' and place it into the same folder as the Ninite-silent.exe (my AutoIt prg) Run it and that's it !
      Link to my au3 and zip files here
      Also available here
      EDIT: Change link website!
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